BLAHMASTER

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  1. I like the tempo shifts, but I can't stand the samples. Interesting mix!
  2. Oh yeah, this song. This is one of the first songs I heard from this site back in the day. Kick ass.
  3. Whoa, that bass is deep on these headphones! Fun song!
  4. Ooooo I really get into this one. I love the drums! I often find myself disliking the cymbals in a given song because they either distract me or cover up the other instruments I'm trying to listen to, but for whatever reason, I have no trouble separating everything out in my head in this remix even though they're quite bombastic.
  5. I have no idea how I would be able to contribute, but this is excellent news! I'm looking forward to Jan 1st, 2017!
  6. This site has a nice collection of music that the brothers Follin have put together, but I don't see anything from the NES game Wolverine. This one is credited to Geoff, so I don't expect anything from it to be on Dirge for the Follin.
  7. Halfway in I was worried the song was going to wind down. Then I checked and was pleasantly surprised that the song was long enough to give me my fill. I'm definitely coming back to this one!
  8. Hands down my favorite interpretation of this song! Excellent!
  9. ooooo this one is GOLD
  10. A must listen for prog-rock lovers! Personally, I have no problem with the transitions, as I've heard plenty such transitions in various other prog-rock. If you view this from a medley perspective first, the transitions could use some work. If you view this from a prog-rock perspective first, the transitions fit right in and a medley seems only natural for its source. There are plenty of prog-rock songs with jarring transitions and also plenty with very smooth and continuous transitions between musical ideas. YMMV on which you prefer. (both ) Fans of Guitar Hero III may remember this one: Impulse - An Endless Sporadic
  11. The original melody always brings out a sad sort of nostalgia for me. This remix, however, removes all of the sad feelings and leaves me with a sort of happy nostalgia. I'm not sure if that makes any sense, but I certainly loving it!
  12. I agree with WillRock: Super duper clean production, nice arrangement, gud stuff. I usually find myself getting bored pretty quickly with this genre of music, but I enjoyed every second of this.